The Grand Tour is a motoring television series produced by Amazon, loosely based on the BBC series Top Gear. Created by Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, James May, and Andy Wilman, the show consisted of car reviews, motoring challenges, and races, which was filmed in a large tent inside a studio. The show has had four successful seasons; Motor fans are going rusty for the whereabouts of the fifth season.
Here is what we know about The Grand Tour Season 5. Continue reading to know all about it!
The Grand Tour Season 5: Release Date
The news of the renewal came on 1st July 2019 on producer Andy Wilman’s Instagram account. He confirmed that the show has been renewed for at least two more seasons.
Alright, We can take a hint!
The first season premiered on 18th November 2016 on Amazon Prime Video. As the seasons progressed, there have been changes in the concept of the show. Where in Season 4, we saw the hosts ditch their expensive cars and tent, and instead travel through Madagascar, Vietnam and Columbia on boats.
Season 5 will also see a change in a location most definitely. We don’t know when it will air. Since corona-virus has shut borders and with one of the producers down, the virus has only left us to do anything but guess. It is likely that it will be released next year.
The Grand Tour Season 5: Cast
The same faces will greet us in the new season as well.
- Jeremy Clarkson as Self – Presenter
- Richard Hammond as Self – Presenter
- James Hay as Self – Presenter
- Abbie Eaton as Self – Driver
- Mike Skinner as Self – The American
The Grand Tour Season 5: Plot
Season 5 will be about the same principles as the rest of the seasons: adventure, travel, thrill, adrenaline rush, fun… I think it is clear what you can expect from the new season. However, no news has been forth about the plot.
Clarkson’s head’s “filled with enough ideas for five years,” he told Radio Times, a British weekly magazine. The former is also the presenter of the TV game show Who Wants To Be a Millionaire?
The Grand Tour Season 4 Specials
Per Express, the trio – Jeremy Clarkson, James May, and Richard Hammond – are said to be “running out of countries” in which to film their specials. The program between 2016 to 2019 also included special episodes alongside the main episodes that focused on the presenters riding a specific type of vehicle in a foreign location.
Jeremy along with James and Richard left Top Gear in 2015. The Grand Tour released the following year has audiences across more than 195 countries and territories. On 15 January 2019. A video game based on the program, entitled The Grand Tour Game, was also launched.
The trio is going nowhere and everywhere if you know what we mean. So, Stay tuned!